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Is a LINKSYS PAP2T-NA a good choice for a VOIP setup?

billymaynay
Dabbler
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Registered: 07-03-2013

Is a LINKSYS PAP2T-NA a good choice for a VOIP setup?

I have been a Plusnet customer since 2013 38Mbps fibre and phone paying LRS which will expire in March next year. I currently pay for anytime calls and caller display. We rarely use the phone so I am thinking to cancel the call package soon and the line when the LRS comes to an end.
So my question is, is the LINKSYS PAP2T-NA a good choice for a VOIP setup? I already have 2 sets of DECT phones. My idea would be to run both landline and VOIP on separate phones for a short time so as to gauge the quality of the VOIP calls.
This all needs to work seamlessly for SWMBO as I am sometimes away from home.
Also which VOIP providers would people recommend? While keeping costs to a minimum?
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SpendLessTime
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Re: Is a LINKSYS PAP2T-NA a good choice for a VOIP setup?

For VOIP providers, have a read of this thread https://community.plus.net/forum/index.php/topic,139812.0.html for some ideas.

As for the Linksys, I think you need to EU version (PAP2T-EU) but these are old now so might not be the best choice. I use the Obi200 (if you want to use 2 DECT base stations across multiple incoming then the Obi202 is the one for you).  Have a look at these forum too
https://www.ukvoipforums.com/index.php
http://www.obitalk.com/forum/
billymaynay
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Registered: 07-03-2013

Re: Is a LINKSYS PAP2T-NA a good choice for a VOIP setup?

Many thanks for your input will seriously look at the links you provided.